Showtek came with the full intention to rock the house this past Friday at Pacha, and they certainly delivered. But what else would you expect from the brotherly Dutch duo? Known for their hard hitting style of music and bass heavy performances, Showtek has really built a name for themselves as one of the best electronic duos out right now. With banger after banger being released by them in recent time, it has been hard for any DJ to play a set without at least playing one Showtek track.
With two of EDM's biggest names working on the same track, you can only expect greatness, and that is exactly what David Guetta and Showtek bring you with their new release, "BAD". Coming just in time for the festival season you are sure to hear this drop everywhere within the coming weeks, and rightly so. You can stream "BAD" now above via Soundcloud, and purchase it on Beatport.
If you happen to be in the NYC area this weekend, Showtek will be performing a legendary set at Pacha NYC this Friday! You can be damn sure that we'll be there.... More details on that event here.
With a plethora of shows to choose from in the New York City area this New Years Eve, there had to be some difficulty for people to choose which party to go to. But those that were smart and fortunate enough to attend Joonbug's New Years Eve party at Pier 36, were in for an amazing night, and we're not just saying that because it was our party! DJ Mag was right when they rated this party as #1 in the country for NYE. It truly was an experience that only happens once a year.
From the very entrance of the venue, you could feel the energy to quickly build into something euphoric. With Michelle Francheska opening the show, everything was fallling right into place. The venue was very spacious, the sound system was spectacular (extremely loud, yet still clear), the massive stage and video screen, the 3-hour incluseive open bar was top knotch as well. All the elements were set for what was going to be one of the best nights of the year.
Showtek is getting ready to play at the biggest New Years show in New York, hosted by the one and only Joonbug.com. The duo has also just released an absolute banger to celebrate their the launching of their new record label, Skink Records. "We Like To Party" is outrageous and will have people going nuts this Tuesday night! Stream it below, and get your copy of it now at Beatport.
Although one of the smallest events in the EDC franchise, which boasts six annual festivals across the globe, EDC Orlando glowed as one of Insomniac Events’ largest success stories. The festival’s brilliantly-planned layout left no room for noise bleed between the three stages, allowing each structure to blare crisp, undisturbed sound from its towering speakers.
It's the moment everyone has been waiting for-- the lineup announcement has been made for Joonbug.com's highly anticipated Pier 36 NYE 2014 party! In a lineup crafted by the EDM Heavens,Cedric Gervais, R3hab, Sander van Doorn, Showtek, and Tommy Trash will grace the stage as we welcome 2014 with a wild bang. It's a night you will have to EXPIERIENCE for yourself.
In 2012, Joonbug welcomed deadmau5 to the stage, and 2013 saw Armin van Buuren take front and center. Legendary parties in their own right, they had the nation talking and wanting more. Ergo, this year we are upping the ante, giving the people exactly what the people want, and then some, by offering a whole lot more. Additionally, the venue boasts a massive dance floor, perfect for dancing the night away. There will be a live countdown on stage--but don't worry, the party will continue to rage long after the midnight hour.
Life In Color Festival made its debut in the nation's capital this past weekend, and we used the rainy weather as an excuse to hide out in the artist trailers. Not only did we meet cool people, artists, and have the luxury of eating free Pizza Hut pizza, but we also had the chance to speak with Dutch duo, Showtek. Apparently the trailer we interviewed them in was actually R3hab's, and at some point while talking to them, Fadil walked in and told us to get out of his trailer (jokingly of course). We spoke to Sjoerd and Wouter about what it's like producing music together as brothers, and whether or not they get into arguments. It was also important to bring up their massive change in style over the years, and how they got to where they are today. Read on to see what they had to say!